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May 21 2012

Women in Secularism: The Good, The Bad, The Awesome

Earlier this year I had to make a financial choice — I could either afford to go to DC for the Women in Secularism conference or I could afford to go to Vegas for The Amazing Meeting.  I say this not to denigrate TAM, but I could not have made a better decision.  The Women …

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May 19 2012

Liveblogging the Women in Secularism Conference III

Lunch 12:30 How can incorrect data at congressional hearings? One of the most important things we can do is correct the record. How do you answer the comments that Stanton and Anthony were anti abortion? Abortion was illegal and women died when they were done. They would not be anti abortion today. Medical science is …

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May 17 2012

Women in Secularism Conference 2012

Tomorrow I’m going to be getting up bright and early to do all of those things I haven’t finished doing tonight in order to only be woefully behind when I get back home on Sunday, because I’m driving up to Washington, DC to go to the Women in Secularism Conference. I was going to just …

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May 08 2012

SCA: Really? Seriously? What are you doing?

The communications director at the SCA has just posted a blog post about the importance of bipartisanship.  In which she somehow fails to mention Edwina Rogers once AND uses stats that prove exactly how wrong she is.  This is a nightmare. I think that it is more reasonable to say that the secular movement needs …

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May 07 2012

What I would like to hear from Edwina Rogers

Yes, I’ve written an imaginary PR e-mail from Edwina Rogers, the controversial new Executive Director of the Secular Coalition for America, based on conjectures and false hopes and a little bit of AbFab.  It seemed the thing to do. “I want to start off with an apology for something I feel like I, and the …

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